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DineLA adds two additional days to July foodie fest event

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This just in—the LA Tourism and Convention Bureau has announced the addition of two days to DineLA Restaurant week. The summer edition of dineL.A.’s Restaurant Week runs July 14-27, 2014. The foodie fest allows diners to enjoy specially crafted three course meals at top restaurants for less such as returning participants Lawry’s, Fig & Olive, Water Grill, SUGARFISH, Craft, Fundamental LA, and Scarpetta. To book a reservation go to www.discoverlosangeles.com/dineLA and choose from over 300 restaurants offering a selection of specially-priced $15, $20, and $25 lunches and $25, $35, and $45 dinner menus.

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For added value, American Express will offer a $5 statement credit to diners who register an eligible American Express® Card at: http://www.amexnetwork.com/dineLA between July 14 and July 27, 2014 and each time $21 or more is spent with a registered Card at a participating restaurant during dineL.A.’s Restaurant Week.

An LA Travel Diva Examiner favorite, dineL.A.’s Restaurant Week showcases Los Angeles’ top chefs and highlights the diversity of culinary experiences it has to offer. Presented by the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board and in partnership with American Express®, dineL.A.’s Restaurant Week is designed to stimulate business and introduce new customers to restaurants located in the many neighborhoods throughout L.A. County. For more information, visit: www.discoverLosAngeles.com/dineLA

You can follow dineL.A. on facebook.com/dineLAFan, twitter.com/dineLA, http://Instagram.com/dineLA.

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